Have you heard about the creepy clown spotted on Green Bay's streets late at night?
According to the Huffington Post article, "Why Is This Creepy Clown Haunting A Wisconsin Town?," Gags was first spotted Monday of this week. He seems to be "haunting" the same location, meaning each time he's spotted
I'm not much of a baseball fan, but my neighbor and his wife are. Big time. Their son even played in the majors once upon a time. With baseball season just having gotten underway and so many of my friends posting about it on their Facebook pages, it got me
I've been getting more and more paranormal event invites on Facebook. Sometimes I remember to share them on HJ's FB page. Other times I don't.
When I don't share them I feel bad. I want to help spread the word when I can. I'm just not always consistent about it.
The following is a guest post by my long-time friend Christine Verstraete, whose blog is the Candid Canine. I've been trying to get her to share a guest post here for a while now. (We met over 10 years ago through our fiction writing and quickly discovered we gravitated towards
According to HauntedHouseRatings.com, the following 13 were voted the Scariest Haunted Houses in the U.S. for 2011:
Headless Horseman, Ulster Park, New York, www.HeadlessHorseman.com
Cutting Edge Haunted House, Ft. Worth, TX, www.CuttingEdgeHauntedHouse.com
Scarehouse, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, www.Scarehouse.com
The Beast & Edge of Hell, Kansas City, Missouri, www.KCBeast.com
Night Of Terror, Mullica Hill, New Jersey, www.NightofTerror.com
Last year I got to wondering about haunted Christmas places. You know, places that have Christmas-themed names? Like North Pole, Alaska or Santa Claus, Indiana. Did any of them have reports of paranormal activity?
But that's all I ever did was wonder about it. I never took the time to look
(Hi Courtney! I actually haven't completely dropped off the face of the planet! Got a story to share....)
Here’s a secret. I still get scared. Every once in a while.
Over time, my personal scare-o-meter has re-set to a higher threshhold. When you spend a lot of time checking out places